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Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares Review

I blame one of my friends for this obsession. This show is the best to binge watch, each episode is basically the same with different people but it is so good! There are plenty of seasons to watch and there’s even a US version which is just as good. If you need a new show to binge watch, make it this one!


The show follows Gordon Ramsay who visits different failing restaurants in the UK and tries to get them back on their feet. In the series’ he meets unruly chefs, awful waiters and the worst owners imaginable who have no restaurant experience or really any brain cells at all. Through the episode he works with these poor people hoping to make their restaurant better. Then, at the end of the episode, he returns after a certain amount of time to see if it is still up and running. This is probably the most interesting part because there have been times where people have left or the business has been shut down completely.

What I think makes this show so great is that Gordon does not give up. He is out there to make a difference and clearly cares. Usually, they would just be left to die a slow death, but, he comes and tries to do whatever he can to make it better. It’s kind of nice to watch the people in the end actually be happy and in a stable place compared to a few weeks earlier where they were on their last legs.


Gordon Ramsay is a really interesting chef to follow as well as he is hard and a bit mean sometimes but in the end he is always right. He knows what’s best and if the chefs and owners just listened to him it would make a world of difference (but, of course, wouldn’t be as entertaining).

Have you seen Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares? If not, go watch it, it’s a great show!

Until next time.

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